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  • 3D Print your own ASUS X99 covers and cable management tabs

    Was on the ROG sight today and saw this!
    http://rog.asus.com/articles/pc-mods...ble-parts-now/
    Enjoy.

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    Nice find.
    Now I just need the 3D printer lol.
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    • #3
      I should have kept this for bribery purposes. I'm in the same boat Hooded

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      • #4
        I forget who it is, but I saw where someone would print something for you. You just send them the info, and for a fee, they'll print it for you and then send it to you. It might have even been Daz.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by rolldog View Post
          I forget who it is, but I saw where someone would print something for you. You just send them the info, and for a fee, they'll print it for you and then send it to you. It might have even been Daz.
          Not me, at least as yet. Still learning.

          But i get betetr understanding what special prep charge is on those shops. With every new filament to do taht right you may need to spend an hour to tune printer.
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          • #6
            Very interesting stuff Daz

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            • #7
              Have you guys thought about what kind of design you would put on your motherboard? Would be awesome if we can have everyone share their vision of the perfect custom design for their motherboard.
              I would love to see some automotive design themes integrated into motherboard aesthetics.

              pcb assembly process
              Last edited by LanePanet; 01-16-2019, 10:36 PM.

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